The future belongs to rye
Ryevolution unties Rye, Evolution and Revolution. What do the words stand for?
Rye has excellent yield potential.
Rye shows high yield progress in hybrid breeding.
Rye is the best solution for current and future agricultural challenges.
Today rye is experiencing a renaissance.
That´s a smart development, because there are many benefits for this previously understimated grain. Rye is sustainable: It gets along better with dryness than other cereals. It´s deep root system provides the grain with sufficient water even during long periods of heat. It also grows on poorer soils and the yield per hectare of new hybrid varieties is at least equal to wheat. Rye is filling, aromatic and gives long-lasting energy. That is why rye is also very valuable crop for human consumption and should therefore be used more frequently.
Rye is stress tolerant to drought, lack of nutrients and pH in the soil. The demands on nutrient supply are lower that for triticale and wheat. Due to its unpretentiousness it is suitable for dry and light soils. Hybird rye is the most productive crop on both light and better soil. Under optimal conditions, yields of over 10t/ha are possible. Overall, rye is characterized by low crop protection and nitrogen requirements. Another advantage of the robust grain is the pronounced winter hardiness. Rye stands for nutrient efficiency, yield stability and a healthy culture.
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Our highly developed hybrid rye is naturally healthy and provides a lot of fiber.
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Hybrid rye water consumption is lower due to the smaller leaf surface.
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A champion who inspires: With its high-tech properties, our hybrid rye with PollenPlus technology provides answers to current and future agricultural challenges.
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Hybrid rye is one of the most productive cereals.
Beneficial for the immune system
New findings on the feed value make rye also interesting for pig feeding. Rye contains a lot of fiber and fructans, which are converted in the pig's colon into organic acids such as butyrate. These acids have a positive effect on intestinal health and intestinal flora. This is good for the immune system, because its function is determined by the microbial composition of the intestinal flora. Butyrate also contributes to salmonella reduction and lowers the boar taint caused by skatole. An extensive field trial confirmed these results.